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Old May 16th, 2013, 03:46 PM   #2541
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As of April 2013, Malaysia Airlines operates the following types of aircraft
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines

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Airbus A330-300
Replacement of older 1995 build models and 777-200ER
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Airbus A380-800
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Boeing 737-400
Exit from service: 2014
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Boeing 737-800
Replacement of 737-400
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Boeing 747-400
Charter flights only - Exit from service: 2014
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9M-MPL Boeing 747-446 Malaysia Airlines by FokkerAMS, on Flickr

Boeing 777-200ER
Aircraft will be replaced by A330-300
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MASkargo Fleet
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Airbus A330-200F

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Old May 29th, 2013, 08:22 PM   #2549
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The total AirAsia fleet (excluding AirAsia X) consists of the following aircraft (as of February 2013):
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AirAsia

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Air Asia Philippines (2010)
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Air Asia India
The origins of the airline can be tracked back to October 2012, when the airline's management said that they were keen to have more presence in India if the aviation environment and tax structure were conducive and friendly for low-cost airline operations. With the Indian government allowing a foreign direct investment of upto 49%, the airline CEO tweeted "Fantastic news that India has opened up investments to foreign airlines." He said that it was now easier for him to set up an airline in India. Tony Fernandes called the joint venture a marriage made in heaven. He said that that the Tatas know India very well and have a good reputation. A tie-up with the company would help AirAsia operate efficiently. Fernandes said that he would concentrate mainly on the one million south Indians who travel by rail. AirAsia announced its Indian low-cost subsidiary on 19 February 2013. The airline would be operated as a joint venture between Tata Sons and AirAsia, with AirAsia holding 49% of the airline. Lakshmi Mittal's son in law Amit Bhatia will take up 21% and Tata Sons will take up a stake of 30% in the airline. The joint venture would also mark Tata Sons' return to aviation industry after 60 years. AirAsia is also the first foreign airline to set up a subsidiary in India.

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As of December 2012, the AirAsia X fleet consists of the following aircraft with an average age of 5.9 years:
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Old May 31st, 2013, 10:00 AM   #2550
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New regional Low Cost Carrier, Malindo Air!
http://www.malindoair.com/en/



Malindo Air is a joint venture between Malaysia's National Aerospace and Defence Industries (NADI) (51%) and Lion Air of Indonesia (49%). The name 'Malindo' came from the name of respective countries: Malaysia and Indonesia.

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Malindo to receive 5 Dreamliner from PT Lion in 2015
By Bilqis Bahari Published: 2013/05/31
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...MAL30/Article/



SUBANG JAYA: Malaysia's first hybrid airline, Malindo Air, will receive five Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner from its parent, Indonesia's PT Lion Group, in 2015.

Malindo chief executive officer Chandran Ramamuthy said the airline will deploy the aircraft on six-hour routes, such as to the Middle East, North India, North Asia and Australia, from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

He also said the airline is considering flying the B787 Dreamliner to North China from Kota Kinabalu International Airport.

"We requested for five B787 aircraft. Initially, we may get three while the other two will be given to Batik Air," he said after the launch of its ticketing office at Skypark Subang Terminal yesterday.

Malindo has planned to expand its network in three phases that include domestic routes, five-hour radius routes and medium-haul routes, which have a radius range of about eight to nine hours.

Chandran said under the first phase, the airline will will fly all of its Peninsular Malaysia routes from the Subang airport.

He added that Malindo will step into the second phase in the second half of the year.

"We need to have the domestic footprint first. Our aircraft is focusing between Sabah and Sarawak and Peninsular Malaysia, whereas our ATR (turboprop operation) will focus on the shorter routes, which are the one-hour flights from Subang to Penang, Kota Baru, Johor Baru, Alor Star and Langkawi," he said.

On its current performance, Chandran said the demand is going strong and it has carried about 125,000 passengers since May 22.

Malindo's jet operations achieved a 70 per cent load factor in its first month of operations.
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Old June 30th, 2013, 02:01 PM   #2553
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MAS increases flights to the US

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has increased the number of flights from 136 weekly options to five cities in the United States to 767 weekly connections through code-sharing with American Airlines.

This second phase codeshare enables customers in Malaysia and the United States to book direct with MAS and take advantage of the connection options between Kuala Lumpur and Atlanta, Boston, Washington, Houston, Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Las Vegas and San Diego.

This would be done via the Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Dallas and Miami gateways, it said in a statement.

The codeshare would also be extended to Singapore and Bangkok via the Kuala Lumpur gateway.

Source http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Natio...to-the-US.aspx

And also http://www.etravelblackboard.com/art...pand-codeshare
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Old July 17th, 2013, 11:32 AM   #2557
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AirAsia X begins flights to Busan, stays positive on Asian expansion
Posted on July 16, 2013, Tuesday
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ASIAN EXPANSION: AirAsia X’s Rafidah Aziz, Azran Osman-Rani, director Datuk
Fam Lee Ee and senior management of AirAsia X were among the delegates
who took the first flight into Busan. Fernandes along with Ji Sung Park, were
among the few who received the inaugural flight at Gimhae International Airport Busan.


KUCHING: AirAsia X Bhd (AirAsia X), the Malaysian-based long-haul, low-fare airline affiliate of the AirAsia Group Bhd (AirAsia Group), yesterday touched down Gimhae International Airport, Busan with 86 per cent passenger load on its inaugural flight to the city from Kuala Lumpur Low Cost Carrier Terminal (KLIA-LCCT).

A press statement by AirAsia X said Busan marks the airline’s second destination point next to Seoul in South Korea, and is the first direct flight connecting the two cities.

AirAsia X is commencing four weekly flights between Kuala Lumpur and Busan on the Airbus A330-300 aircraft with seat configuration of 12 Premium Flatbeds and 365 Economy seats.

Chairman of AirAsia X, Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz said, “AirAsia X’s presence in Busan is our dedication to the Asia Pacific region; as we focus in our core markets in expanding our passenger base.

“We believe through our hub in Kuala Lumpur and hubs in countries where the AirAsia Group have been established, that we would together stimulate new travel demands from Busan city and its surrounding regions and vice versa.”

Meanwhile, AirAsia X co-founder and director Tan Sri Tony Fernandes highlighted, “We remain positive and will focus in building our market leadership position in Korea.

“The addition of Busan is clearly a step forward. Guests travelling to Busan, may also use Busan as a gateway to the popular Jeju Island which is just an hour away by flight.”

The inaugural celebration took place at Paradise hotel with the attendance of the media, airport, tourism, government representatives and business partners.

AirAsia X was represented by Rafidah Aziz, Fernandes, AirAsia X chief executive officerAzran Osman-Rani, and international football icon Ji Sung Park.

“Our launch today (July 15) with the presence of Ji Sung Park is part of our aggressive marketing strategy to further enhance our brand image and presence in Korea.

With the rise of low cost carriers in the Asia Pacific region, we need to remain creative and innovative and ensure we do things differently to stay in the forefront of competitors,” concluded Fernandes.
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MAS adds flights to Auckland, Yangon
Published: 2013/07/17
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Malaysia Airlines will add more frequencies to two of its current destinations, Auckland and Yangon, and announced a new codeshare with Xiamen Airlines into Xiamen and Fuzhou.

The airline said its frequency from Kuala Lumpur into Yangon, Myanmar, will be increased from 10 times weekly to 14 times weekly or twice daily starting August 1, 2013.

The service from Kuala Lumpur to Auckland will be increased from six times weekly to daily services effective November 24, 2013, it said in a statement today.

On codeshare with Xiamen Airlines, Malaysia Airlines said it would be operated for two routes, namely the Xiamen route, which would be operated by Malaysia Airlines and Xiamen Airlines and the Fuzhou route, which will be operated solely by Xiamen Airlines.

Malaysia Airlines Group chief executive officer, Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said the codeshare with Xiamen Airlines was part of the airline's strategy to develop commercial cooperation with key airlines of the world to expand its network offering.

"With 55 destinations, Xiamen Airlines is an established airline that holds a major market share of travellers travelling between Fuzhou and Kuala Lumpur.

"Malaysia Airlines can leverage on this codeshare to give our guests more options between Xiamen and Kuala Lumpur," he said.-- Bernama
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Malindo to fly to Mumbai, south Indian destinations
Published: 2013/07/17
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NEW DELHI: Hybrid airline Malindo Air has received permission to fly to Mumbai as well as a few south Indian destinations, said a report.

It was earlier reported that the airline would commence flying the Kuala Lumpur-New Delhi route soon.

Malindo Air will deploy the Boeing 737-900ER aircraft on the Kuala Lumpur-New Delhi route, bundling the sector with a 15kg baggage allowance, meals and in-flight entertainment, TTG Asia reported.

"The airline is also likely to fly to Kolkata, Trivandrum, Chennai and Bangalore soon," Survottam Travel's managing director Rajendra Churiwala was quoted as saying.

He said the new flights are likely to be a hit in the market as clients will use Malindo not only for travel to Kuala Lumpur and Kuching, but also to Singapore.

This is given Malindo's price competitiveness compared with airlines such as Singapore Airlines and SilkAir.

Malaysia drew 780,000 tourists from India last year. Bernama
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Firefly to expand into Indo China
Published: 2013/07/04
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TOULOUSE, (FRANCE): Community airline, Firefly, is planning to expand its service into Indo China in an effort to boost the nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth.

Firefly chief executive officer Ignatius Ong said the airline planned to implement the new initiative now that it has taken delivery of the first turboprop regional aircraft from Avions de Transport Regional (ATR).

"We will focus on new routes in Indo China which is to Vietnam and Cambodia from next year onwards," he told reporters after taking delivery of the ATR 72-600 aircraft from Avions de Transport Regional on Wednesday.

Firefly purchased 20 units of the 72-seater airplane from ATR which will be delivered in stages until 2019.

The company, which is targetting a revenue of RM350 million this year and flies 25 routes in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Malaysia Airline which began operations in April 2007.

With 12 aircrafts, Firefly's passengers grew from 100,000 at the beginning to 1.2 million passengers last year.

Ong said in materialising the new route, the company planned to make the Sultan Ismail Petra airport in Pengkalan Chepa, Kelantan, as its hub for Indo China flights.

Commenting on ATR's plan to manufacture the 90-seater regional aircraft, he said: "If the opportunity knocks I will sure grab it."

He said Firefly would fully support ATR's initiative to manufacture the new aircraft as it would be a practical choice for the airline to use the 90-seater aircraft to meet demand.

Meanwhile, ATR chief executive officer Filippo Banagto said the matter was still under discussion especially with its shareholders as it would involve engineering modification.

"We have received requests from Firefly and Latin America for the design but the main focus for us right now is to complete aircraft orders in hand," he said, adding that Firefly was ATR's bluechip customer.

Ong said, to proceed with the design, ATR must at least secure orders for 100 units of the 90-seater aircraft and receive approval from company shareholders.-- Bernama
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